Clinica Romero incident shows schizophrenia in L.A. Archdiocese

Aug. 13 Mass changed, but not Aug. 23 event with Judy Chu

The following comes from an Aug. 4 story in LifeSiteNews. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles caused a stir by distributing an invitation to a Mass at its cathedral in partnership with a clinic that prescribes contraceptives. After receiving inquiries regarding a partnership with an organization that acts in conflict with the teachings of Catholic Church, the archdiocese acted … [Read more...]

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Blessed Oscar Romero relics to come to visit L.A. today

To join those of Saints Thomas More and John Fisher

The following comes from a June 28 release from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The life of Blessed Oscar Romero is being remembered nationwide as a ‘Witness to Freedom’ – along with other men and women of faith from all over the world – during the Fortnight for Freedom. Declared a martyr by Pope Francis in February 2015 and beatified in May of last year, Bl. Oscar Romero … [Read more...]

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New Eastvale parish to honor slain archbishop

A Catholic church planned for Eastvale could be the nation’s first named for Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero

The following comes from a September 21 Press Enterprise article by Stephen Wall: The name of a slain Salvadoran archbishop who was beatified in May will adorn a new Roman Catholic parish planned in Eastvale. It’s likely the first parish in the United States named for Blessed Oscar Romero, who was assassinated in El Salvador while celebrating Mass in 1980, a national … [Read more...]

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Archbishop Gomez honors slain Salvadoran in LA ceremony

  The following comes from a Nov. 29 story on the Catholic News Agency website. Archbishop José Gomez blessed a plaza dedicated to Archbishop Oscar Romero at a Los Angeles Park Nov. 23, praising the peaceful vision of the murdered Salvadoran archbishop. “This gathering today is such a beautiful witness to his memory. My friends, this is what Archbishop Romero … [Read more...]

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